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16th Annual Rehabilitation Institute Research Day

The 16th Annual Rehabilitation Institute Research Day, co-sponsored by the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and School for Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, will be held on October 7, 2020 from 7:45am to 2:00pm on Zoom.

We are excited to invite the following distinguished speakers to present:

2020 Brenes Lecture – “Moving the Needle on Outcomes for Low Back Pain: What the Evidence Tells Us”

Janna Friedly, MD, Associate Professor, University of Washington Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

2020 SHRS Lecture – “Getting research to improve clinical practice: It takes a village”

Daniel Rhon, D.Sc, DPT, Director, Primary Care Musculoskeletal Research, Brooke Army Medical Center

Abstracts will be accepted in the following categories:

  • Resident
  • Post-doc
  • Pre-doc/Master’s
  • Medical Students
  • Undergraduate

The abstract winner in each category will receive a $250 prize and will be selected for a 15-minute oral presentation. All other abstracts will be invited to compete as poster presentations for $50 awards for each trainee category. Case studies will be accepted as posters but will not be considered for awards.

Abstract and Poster submission deadline is September 3rd. Submit abstracts HERE.

Deadline to register is September 28thRegister HERE.

 

Wednesday, October 7 at 7:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

16th Annual Rehabilitation Institute Research Day

The 16th Annual Rehabilitation Institute Research Day, co-sponsored by the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and School for Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, will be held on October 7, 2020 from 7:45am to 2:00pm on Zoom.

We are excited to invite the following distinguished speakers to present:

2020 Brenes Lecture – “Moving the Needle on Outcomes for Low Back Pain: What the Evidence Tells Us”

Janna Friedly, MD, Associate Professor, University of Washington Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

2020 SHRS Lecture – “Getting research to improve clinical practice: It takes a village”

Daniel Rhon, D.Sc, DPT, Director, Primary Care Musculoskeletal Research, Brooke Army Medical Center

Abstracts will be accepted in the following categories:

  • Resident
  • Post-doc
  • Pre-doc/Master’s
  • Medical Students
  • Undergraduate

The abstract winner in each category will receive a $250 prize and will be selected for a 15-minute oral presentation. All other abstracts will be invited to compete as poster presentations for $50 awards for each trainee category. Case studies will be accepted as posters but will not be considered for awards.

Abstract and Poster submission deadline is September 3rd. Submit abstracts HERE.

Deadline to register is September 28thRegister HERE.

 

Wednesday, October 7 at 7:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Virtual Event